About GWIS

GWIS was established in the United States to help American and international secondary students make a smooth transition into the American higher educational system and culture. The goal of GWIS is to equip each student with the necessary skills needed in order to succeed in any U.S. College or University they decide to apply, and to empower them with invaluable knowledge and experience for lifelong learning.

Students graduating from GWIS can seek admission into any U.S. College or University of their choosing. Admission to U.S. Colleges and Universities are based on a number of factors, including high school performance (i.e., Grade Point Average (GPA), teacher recommendations, etc.), SAT/ACT scores, as well as requirements of the specific U.S. College and University, which may include extra-curricular activities and volunteer work.

Graduates of GWIS can seek admission into the following U.S. Colleges and Universities, along with many others:

Binghamton University
Boston University
Butler University
Brown University
Campbell University
City University
Columbia University
Cornell University
Drexel University
Duke University
Eastern Washington University
Georgetown University
Harvard University
Indiana University

John Hopkins University
Michigan State University
Ohio State University
Penn State University
Princeton University
Purdue University
Rutgers University
Seattle Pacific University
Seattle University
Stanford University
State University Of New York
St. John’s University
Towson University
UCLA

University of Arizona
University of California Berkley
University of Chicago
University of Illinois
University of Iowa
University of Nevada LV
University of Maryland
University of Michigan
University of Pennsylvania
University of Toledo
University of Washington
University of Wisconsin
Yale University
Washington State University
West Washington University